Squid ink salt

Squid ink naturally contains salt and by drying the ink, you create an extraordinary black salt.

Squid ink salt

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squid ink

Preparation method

  • Spread the squid ink as thinly as possible onto a drying sheet and place in the food dehydrator for six hours at 60°C.
  • Finely grind the dried squid ink in a coffee grinder or mini-chopper to the consistency of sea salt.
  • Store the salt in a well-sealed container.

Serving suggestions

  • As a flavour enhancer for fish, shellfish and crustaceans, or even for meat and vegetables.

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